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Some lady scratched my car today when I went inside for a cup of coffee, she was trying to squeeze her fat ass past my car and her belt buckle put a foot long scratch down the side. Lucky for me the scratch wasn't that deep but it was very noticible at least to me, I'm really picky about my car.

I went to crappy tire and picked up a bottle of Mothers Scratch remover, I was just hoping it would make it a little less noticable. I used some of this on the scratch and low and behold it pretty much made it dissapear. I then applied a coat of wax over top and now I can't even tell where the scratch was. I highly recommend this product, if you got any little scratches, swirl marks or what have you pick up some of this stuff. It's not gona work miracles if you have big deep scratches, but if you can barley feel em it works wonders.
 

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Dude, why are you talking cars on a bike board!!!!:D :p . Good to see it worked out for ya. Did the scratch remover have a pigment or colr to it? I've got a few little scratches on my tank I need polished out.


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I've got a few little scratches on my tank I need polished out.
ditto...damn clunky key chain scratched it when i opened the gas tank...since then i used one of those key wallet type things that keeps all the keys covered...
 

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Works with any color of paint, no color tint to it. I was using my car as an example but only so you could use it on your bikes :)
 

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hey atom I have some of the mothers scratch stuff I was planning to use for that patch job you caught me doing the other day if you want to try it. I might take a second crack at a few of my scratches too.
 

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Cool, thanks Murphy......saving money is a good thing.....more toys:D
 
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I've used it on my bike and car and the stuff works great. It's a white cream that works on any colour.
 

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I've some light scratchs on the gas tank and want to try out the product.
Anyone happens to know where or which shop I can buy them from?
Does it work on fairings?

Thanks.
 

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Crappy tire carries mothers and meguires, they both have scratch removers. It should work on anything painted AFAIK
 

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Mr. Murphy said:
Crappy tire carries mothers and meguires, they both have scratch removers. It should work on anything painted AFAIK
Could not find "Crappy Tire" from white/yellow pages (Vancouver area) or the net.
Do you know it's address?

Thanks in advance!
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Could not find "Crappy Tire" from white/yellow pages (Vancouver area) or the net.
Do you know it's address?

Thanks in advance!
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Hehe Check out Canadian Tire they have it to :laughing
 

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Ryan R said:
I work for lordco auto parts and they carry mothers. Thats where I bought mine ;)

Thanks man,
I will go down to the one on 2nd ave. after work then.

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